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Brokedown in BakersfieldBrokedown in Bakersfield Live at Grand Stand Stage - High Sierra Music Festival on 2012-07-06 (July 6, 2012)

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Collection: BrokedownInBakersfield
Band/Artist: Brokedown in Bakersfield
Date: July 6, 2012 (check for other copies)
Venue: Grand Stand Stage - High Sierra Music Festival
Location: Quincy, CA

Source: FM Signal > Magnum Dynalab FT-101 Analog Reciever > Sound Devices 744 (24/48)
Lineage: Hard Drive transfer > Sound Forge 9.0 (trims, fades) > resample (48/44.1) Anti alias filter > Bit conversion (24/16) >Traders little helper (align on sector boundries, flac)
Taped by: Cindy Hart
Transferred by: Jon Hart
Keywords: Mother Hips; ALO; Nikki Bluhm; Tim Bluhm; Steve Adams; Lebo; Dave Brogan; Scott Law; Zac Gill


Description

Disc 1 - 78:20

01- Introduction
02- California Cotton Fields
03- Unforgetaboutable
04- Can't remember where I parked my mind
05- Cash on the Barrel head
06- You're still on my mind
07- Hello Trouble
08- Workin' Man's blues
09- Silver Threads & Golden Needles
10- Squeky Wheel
11- Sing a Sad Song
12- Women's Prison
13- Stick with Me
14- Okee from Muskogee
15- Fist City
16- six Days on the Road *
17- Walking after midnight
18- Truck Driving Man
19- Sing me Back home
20- Luxury Liner
21- Outro

Notes

* w/ Zac Gill on Piano

Individual Files

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Introduction 2.4 MB
841.5 KB
437.6 KB
California Cotton Fields 15.3 MB
4.1 MB
2.1 MB
Unforgetaboutable 20.5 MB
5.1 MB
2.7 MB
Can't remember where I parked my mind 20.4 MB
5.6 MB
2.9 MB
Cash on the Barrel head 21.1 MB
5.5 MB
2.8 MB
You're still on my mind 17.0 MB
4.9 MB
2.5 MB
Hello Trouble 12.7 MB
3.2 MB
1.7 MB
Workin' Man's blues 24.7 MB
6.0 MB
3.2 MB
Silver Threads & Golden Needles 12.7 MB
3.0 MB
1.6 MB
Squeky Wheel 30.2 MB
7.2 MB
3.9 MB
Sing a Sad Song 16.5 MB
5.3 MB
2.7 MB
Women's Prison 24.5 MB
6.6 MB
3.4 MB
Stick with Me 17.9 MB
4.5 MB
2.4 MB
Okee from Muskogee 16.9 MB
4.8 MB
2.4 MB
Fist City 24.5 MB
6.9 MB
3.5 MB
six Days on the Road * 31.1 MB
7.2 MB
4.0 MB
Walking after midnight 12.5 MB
3.5 MB
1.8 MB
Truck Driving Man 17.0 MB
4.1 MB
2.2 MB
Sing me Back home 24.8 MB
7.3 MB
3.7 MB
Luxury Liner 24.7 MB
5.9 MB
3.2 MB
Outro 8.6 MB
2.8 MB
1.5 MB
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Reviewer: Jonesin' - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - July 19, 2012
Subject: "three chords and the truth"
If you'd like a little heads-up on the Bakersfield (Merl Haggard, Buck Owens) sound, check this great band! Tim and Nikki Bluhme are the perfect vocalists to cover this stuff. Imho, especially Tim Bluhme, he's authentic country to the max.
I was standing about 10 or 20 ft. in front of the sbd and the sound mix was excellent, dialed-in. Team Hart does it again with the recording! Thanks for sharing these memories.